Where you live at a particular time:
— Deliver the package to my home.
— He doesn't have a home to go to.
Polish: chata, chałupa, dach, dach nad głową, dom, kąt, lokum, własny kąt
Housing that someone is living in:
— They raise money to provide homes for the homeless.
Dutch: behuizing, heem, home, honk, huis, tehuis, thuis, woning, woongelegenheid, woonruimte
The country or state or city where you live.
baseball Base consisting of a rubber slab where the batter stands; it must be touched by a base runner in order to score:
— He ruled that the runner failed to touch home.
The place where you are stationed and from which missions start and end.
Dutch: basis, thuisbasis
Place where something began and flourished.
An environment offering affection and security.
A social unit living together:
— The teacher asked how many people made up his home.
Dutch: familie, gezin, huisgezin, huishouden, huishouding
An institution where people are cared for:
— A home for the elderly.
Dutch: bejaardencentrum, bejaardenhuis, bejaardenoord, bejaardentehuis, home, verpleeghuis, verpleeginrichting, verpleegtehuis, verzorgingscentrum, verzorgingstehuis
Polish: dom starców, przytułek
Provide with, or send to, a home.
Return home accurately from a long distance.
Used of your own ground.
Relating to or being where one lives or where one's roots are.
Inside the country:
— The British Home Office has broader responsibilities than the United States Department of the Interior.
At or to or in the direction of one's home or family.
On or to the point aimed at.
To the fullest extent; to the heart.
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